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From your description of the problem, it sounds as though the bin inner is missing. To confirm this, if you remove the cyclone and bin from the machine, then separate the 2 pieces as if you were going to empty it, when you look at the bin assembly, there should be a circular coloured piece of plastic in the base of the bin. This plastci piece should have a large black/grey rubber seal around the top. If this part is missing, the dust and debris will not collect in the bin, instead it will collect on the filter.
If you find that this is the problem, you can purchase a replacement bin assembly (including the bin inner) from our website at www.dyson.com.
If this is not the problem and the machine is correctly assembled with no blockages and a clean pre filter, please contact our Helpline on 0800 298 0298 (UK) or 1866MYDYSON (US) for further assistance.
DONT RELEASE SEAL. Tilt machine and remove sump hose get someone to rotate drum in hope you can catch hold of wire. be careful of fingers on drum as they are like cheese grater. good luck this is best way and a little patience will do the job
I have done some wondrous jobs with a soldering iron and some other plastic material same as the job at hand. YOu can melt the sacrificial plastic as you apply the heat onto the receiving drum surface. Work it in well like you are puttying it. Then let it cool. Once set you can set to with a selection of Wet or Dry papers dipped in warm water which you then use to "Sand" the tub surface until it is fairly smooth again. This idea of course is only applicable if you just cant find a replacement or new tub.
I actually solved this problem. The water wasn't flowing into the machine, so there was a back up. We removed the rubber gasket around the washer door, and looked inside, and lo and behold, there was a sock jamming the water flow from the soap dispenser!
Now, it's working like a charm!! good luck to everyone else, and thanks for the advice!